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10.22.04.00.htm 10.22.04.00. Title 10 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE Subtitle 22 DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES Chapter 04 Values, Outcomes, and Fundamental Rights Authority: Health-General Article, ยง7-904, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.22.04.01.htm 10.22.04.01. 01 Scope.. This chapter identifies the values and outcomes that enhance the quality of life for individuals who are receiving services in the SRCs, FRCs, and the community. It is understood, however, that all of the referenced outcomes might not be evident in the lives of all individuals at all times. The licensee shall make every effort to facilitate the achievement of these outcomes. It is understood, however, that the achievement of these outcomes may be influenced by the needs,
10.22.04.02.htm 10.22.04.02. 02 Values to be Considered in the Development of the IP.. The following values shall be considered in the development of the IP:. A. Personal well-being, which includes:. 1) Receiving health care services that respond to the individual's needs and are consistent with those of the general population;2) Living and working in places that are safe;. 3) Having access to the places in which the individual lives, works, and receives services;. 4) Having continuity and security;.
10.22.04.03.htm 10.22.04.03. 03 Fundamental Rights.. A. Each individual is entitled to the basic rights set forth in Health-General Article, 7-1002-7-1004, Annotated Code of Maryland, unless the individual's team decides it is necessary to restrict a right. If the restriction is due to a challenging behavior, the licensee shall follow the procedures outlined in COMAR 10.22.10. If it is necessary to restrict a right not related to a challenging behavior, the standing committee shall review, approve,
10.22.04.9999.htm 10.22.04.9999. Administrative History Effective date: July 26, 1999 (26:15 Md. R. 1148). Regulation .01 amended as an emergency provision effective July 10, 2008 (35:16 Md. R. 1388) emergency status extended at 36:2 Md. R. 96; amended permanently effective January 26, 2009 (36:2 Md. R. 100)
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